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Austrian Grand Prix

Austrian Grand Prix Streaming
Circuit: Red Bull Ring
Location: Spielberg, Styria, Austria
Circuit length: 4.318 km (2.683 mi)
Race length: 306.452 km (190.420 mi)
Laps: 71

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The Austrian Grand Prix, raced at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Styria in Austria, is one of the world’s most historic races but it is also a race that has had an up and down history.

Raced in 1964, 1970-87 and 1997-2003, the race made it’s return to the Formula One World Championship in 2014 after huge investment in the track by the Red Bull company.

Founded as Osterreichring, the track hosted all of the races between 1970-87 before it was shortened and all but rebuilt before becoming the A1-Ring and hosting the Austrian Grand Prix before 1997-2003.

After further redevelopment, the track re-opened in 2011 as the Red Bull Ring and after hosting such events as the DTM and F2, F1 returned to the racetrack in 2014.

The remodelled track is now famed for it’s long straights and fast corner that helps to create an exciting race with lots of overtaking possibilities.

What Can We Watch?

You can watch all of the key action from each and every race weekend including all 3 practise sessions, qualifying and of course the actual race itself live.

Austrian Grand Prix

The race started off at a nearby airfield before the first permanent track known as the Osterreignring was first built. After a non-championship race was held, the first championship race winner was Lorenzo Bandini, racing for Ferrari.

Despite the track proving popular from the off, the track was deemed to be too small and bumpy with poor viewing locations for spectators so the race was removed from the calendar and that set thing sup for 50 years of an off and on battle for the Austrian Grand Prix.

Thankfully the event has now received great backing from the Red Bull company and it looks to be set for a long term run as a Formula 1 race.

With the Red Bull team been one of the dominant teams in F1, having there own track is a great chance to impress their bosses and best of all it is a great track for entertaining racing, with all teams and drivers getting their chance to impress fans.

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